This programme provides a well-established balance between theory and practical. The curriculum consists of a good mix of general courses as well as core Mechanical Engineering courses.
Department of Engineering
This programme prepares you with a solid foundation in Mechanical Engineering to enable you to pursue a Master’s degree in the areas of Mechanical and Mechatronics in both coursework as well as research mode.
The delivery of this programme in the UK is accredited by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) on behalf of the Engineering Council for the purposes of fully meeting the academic requirement for registration as an Incorporated Engineer and partially meeting the academic requirement for registration as a Chartered Engineer.
Academic Qualification: STPM
Minimum Entry Requirement: 2 Principal Passes including Math and Physical Science subject (Physics/Chemistry)
Academic Qualification: GCE A Level
Minimum Entry Requirement: 2 Principal Passes including Mathematics and Physical Science subject (Physics/Chemistry)
Academic Qualification: UEC
Minimum Entry Requirement: 5 Credits (Min B6) including Mathematics and one Science subject
Academic Qualification: Matriculation / Foundation
Minimum Entry Requirement: Pass with CGPA ≥ 2.00 including Mathematics and Science subject
Academic Qualification: Australian Matriculation/ Foundation
Minimum Entry Requirement: ATAR score of 70
Academic Qualification: International Baccalaureate (IB)
Minimum Entry Requirement: 27/42 points from 6 subjects
Academic Qualification: Diploma in Engineering
Minimum Entry Requirement: Recognised Diploma with CGPA ≥ 2.50 for entry into Year 2; Below CGPA 2.50 for entry into Year 1
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- Registration Week (13 Aug – 15 Sep)
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This programme provides a well-established balance between theory and practical. The curriculum consists of a good mix of general courses as well as core Mechanical Engineering courses. The first year of the course provides a foundational grounding in engineering. You’ll then study more advanced principles of mechanics, manufacturing technology, energy systems and engineering design, potentially working on industry projects in the final year.